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There are 11 War Graves in Skelton Cemetery relating to both the First and Second World Wars. Of these four are for men of the Yorkshire Regiment from the First World War.
We are very grateful to Dimitrios Corcodilos of the Find a Grave website for photos of the cemetery and 3 of the headstones. The photo of Private Challis' headstone was taken by Rodders46 of the Find a Grave website.

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Private Henry Challis. 28226.
Private Henry Challis. 28226.
9th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Husband of S. Challis of Easington, Yorks. Died 2 March 1919. Aged 30.

In / Loving Memory / of
HENRY
BELOVED HUSBAND OF
SELINA CHALLIS
DIED MARCH 2ND 1919
AGED 30 YEARS
"THY WILL BE DONE"



Private William Harris. 3833.
Private William Harris. 3833.
4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Died at home 14 July 1916.
Enlisted Saltburn, Resided Lingdale.

Private Harry Rudd. 204041.
Private Harry Rudd. 204041.
13th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Son of John William Rudd and the late Emma Rudd. Died at home 21 November 1918. Aged 24.
Enlisted Richmond (Yorks), Resided Skelton-in-Cleveland.

WANTED ON THE OTHER SIDE


Private Thomas Wilson. 20471.
Private Thomas Wilson. 20471.
6th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Died at home 21 November 1918.
Born Hutton Rudby (Yorks), Enlisted Richmond (Yorks), Resided Skelton-in-Cleveland.

Skelton Cemetery (1)Skelton Cemetery (1)
Photo by Dimitrios Corcodilos of the Find a Grave website

Skelton Cemetery (2)Skelton Cemetery (2)
Photo by Dimitrios Corcodilos of the Find a Grave website

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